The Indian River Systems can be divided into four categories - the Himalayan, the rivers traversing the Deccan Plateau, the Coastal and those in the inland drainage basin. The Himalayan rivers are perennial as they are fed by melting glaciers every summer. During the Monsoon, these rivers assume alarming proportions. Swollen with rainwater, they
often inundate villages and towns in their path. The Gangetic basin is the largest river system in India, draining almost a quarter of the country.
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